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What to expect
From La Sagrada Familia to La Pedrera/Casa Milà and Palau de la Música Catalana, Barcelona is studded with exceptional pieces of architecture. The best known are the work of Barcelona's great architect of Catalan modernism, Antoni Gaudí. One unforgettable memory of your time in the Catalan Capital will without doubt be your essential visit to Casa Batlló. This piece of organic modernism is in the Eixample district, on the great avenue that is Passeig de Gràcia. Casa Batlló was built in the early 20th century and became the home of a successful businessman, Josep Batlló i Casanovas. The surreal facade with its elaborate decoration, voluptuous curves and eccentric detailing shows why Casa Batlló is regarded as one of Gaudí's most remarkable masterpieces in his hometown of Barcelona. There's no doubt that this UNESCO World Heritage listed building has to be high on the sightseeing programme for your Catalan city break.
Good to know
- The tickets will be sent to you at the latest in the 48 hours following your reservation and always 24 hours before the day and the reserved schedule.
- No need to print because tickets have barcodes. Take the "Blue & Agencies" line and present your ticket on your mobile phone .. If you prefer to print them, it is also possible.
Your visit to Casa Batlló
When work began on Casa Batlló in 1877, Antoni Gaudí could never have imagined that more than a century later his radical design would attract the interest of visitors from around the world. This definitive Catalan architect had a totally original vision and he didn't hesitate to break all the architectural rules of his time to create a modernist building that lives and breathes poetry. You'll appreciate his remarkable feat today both outside and in, over five spaces that make up a dwelling of 5,000 m². When you walk in to the world of Casa Batlló, let your mind run free like a child's, the better to inhabit the magical universe that surrounds you. Walls, floors, ceilings, roof, stairs, doors, windows: all are eccentric, individual, decorated down to the last detail and it's these riches that make Casa Batlló such an architectural jewel. Sitting proudly in the beating heart of Barcelona, on a grand avenue renowned for its luxury stores, Casa Batlló gives away little to its famous rival, La Pedrera. Up on the roof, you'll be enchanted by the six metre high chimneys with their intricate mosaics. Take a breath and open your eyes wide because beneath you all of Barcelona is revealed. Known locally as Casa de los Huesos, or House of Bones, Casa Batlló today has been made welcoming for all visitors. There's a well-stocked shop, a cloakroom and easy access for people with reduced mobility.